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303 East 33RD Street by Perkins Eastman



From Perkins Eastman: Developed by Toll Brothers, Inc. and The Kibel Companies, 303 East 33rd Street is the first green development in the Murray Hill neighborhood of Manhattan. The 165,000 sf, 12-story building comprises 128 studio, one-, two-, and three-bedroom homes in a variety of layouts. There is also a three-bedroom, four-bathroom triplex penthouse with a total of 1,700 sf of outdoor space. Amenities include a fully-equipped fitness center, media lounge with pool table, a children’s playroom, on-site valet parking, and full-service concierge.


The building’s design is a fresh interpretation of the full- and half-block residential complexes built during the last century, and reflects the mix of architectural diversity in the area. The development is defined as a series of single attached buildings facing the street alternating in height. Brick piers, terraces, balconies, and large expanses of glass fracture the architectural repetition along the street, heightening the concept of an ensemble of buildings rather than a single development.


A landscaped roof-top takes advantage of distinctive urban views of the City and provides an outdoor oasis for the residents. The project is designed to achieve LEED Certification and receive NYSERDA funding for decreased energy demand.